The THEO project has just announced their new release of the Syna Desktop, one that has become the latest addition to the crypto wallet library.
The Syna desktop has been designed as an easy application to use on either Mac, Windows or Linux. It has been able to incorporate the accessibility features that are available on the Syna mobile together with the Syna+ Chrome plugin, while still being able to offer added utility to the different users, this has been made possible by integrating the ledger hardware support.
“We are currently developing a V2 release for spring which will incorporate Ethereum into the Syná desktop wallet library. We anticipate the Syná desktop wallet will initially be the most utilized of our wallet library with a prime focus on storage and interaction with trading platforms. As the industry continues to build to enable more advanced utility, this fully integrated product suite will enable seamless interaction with mobile dApps and e-commerce vendors. The V2 desktop wallet will incorporate a sleek portfolio page with quick access to your Aion and ETH wallets, a visualized representation of portfolio distribution and user-friendly sending and receiving.’’ Amanda Dorenberg, Chief Marketing Technology Officer of the THÉO Project
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The primary goal for the project is to ensure they have built a suite of products that will be able to enable mass adoption of the use of decentralized applications and the crypto coins in a more general manner.
The company is maintaining its primary goal of trying to address some of the problems that are being experienced in the crypto space. With the Syna wallet, it has been designed to deliver clean user experience with offering individuals simplicity in the features rather than make them overbearing.
It was noted by Dorenberg, that with the release of this wallet is the next step of their overreaching goal to ensure they have achieved wider adoption of the decentralization. But this is not all as they hope to provide their customers to easily maintain their wealth and also be in a position to effectively manage their wealth.
We're launched our desktop wallet!!! The THÉO Project launches Syná Desktop, the latest addition to its fully integrated wallet suite. by THÉO Project https://t.co/mioM719ZWP
— THÉO Project (@theTHEOproject) March 21, 2019
The company is ensuring they are moving quickly to provide their users with as much utility as they can, while still ensuring they have a broader vision when it comes to the dApps and the capabilities they are able to offer.
The company has a very deep-rooted understanding of the blockchain market and the crypto space, but it is their expertise together with the business vision that is fueling them to advance the features continually they are offering and the capabilities of their products in the ever-changing and growing market.
We should expect to see more as the Syna will be introducing an API solution, one that has been considered to be a fully integrated suite of a crypto wallet solution which has been specifically been developed to incorporate the other dApps together with the business offering.
The parent company along with THEO project, have spent a lot of time within the development of the blockchain technology, this is working both with the venture business and the blockchain proxy to ensure they are able to advance the global solutions within the decentralization.
The team has gone ahead to combine the business, ventures and the deep technical expertise with the leaders who are within the digital product design; all this is to ensure that the solutions that are being offered by the THEO project are friendlier, provide an intuitive experience and is more accessible to the users.
“As wallets continue to realize their vision of being an end user “window” into their activity on the blockchain we’re excited to see how the THÉO Project and Syná continue to develop. This suite of tools already puts itself well ahead of the market as a platform agnostic experience that meets the user where he or she is, instead of forcing the user to modify their behavior. We’re very excited to see the impact that great product experiences like this have on the broader ecosystem.’’ Mike Mason, VP, Aion Foundation